10-Movie Action Pack [2 Discs] [DVD]

  • SKU: 4894097
  • Release Date: 09/06/2011
  • Rating: R
  • 4.6 (5)
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Overall Customer Rating:
4.6
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Synopsis

Best of the Best: Without Warning
Phillip Rhee directed and stars in this action thriller about a martial arts expert who runs afoul of a group of Russian mobsters involved in an elaborate scheme to counterfeit U.S. currency. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Family of Cops
In this made-for-TV thriller, Paul Fein (Charles Bronson) is a veteran police detective whose son Eddie (Sebastian Spence) is also a cop. Paul is assigned to investigate the murder of a prominent businessman, and he soon learns that the field of suspects has been narrowed down to two -- the victim's sexually freewheeling wife Anna (Lesley-Anne Down), and Paul's wild-child daughter Jackie (Angela Featherstone). Neither Paul nor Eddie believe that Jackie could have committed the murder, and soon Paul is using himself as a decoy in a bid to find out more about what Anna does and doesn't know about her husband's death. Family of Cops was followed by two sequels. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Zero Tolerance
A vengeful FBI agent wages a one-man war against a powerful drug cartel that has kidnapped his family in this action thriller from producer/director Joseph Merhi. The White Hand is a feared drug cartel run by the five most powerful crime lords in the business. When The White Hand takes FBI agent Jeff Douglas' family hostage, they will face an army of one more powerful than any military force, who is ready to make the ultimate sacrifice for the safety of his family. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Men with Guns
For her second feature, Canadian director Kari Skogland (The Size of Watermelons) treads Tarantino turf with the violent visuals of this crime drama. Small-time hoods Eddie (Donal Logue) and Lucas (Gregory Sporleder) go to a rural area to collect a debt but instead get a dose of sexual humiliation from thugs they encounter there. With stoned Mamet (Callum Keith Rennie) accompanying them, they return to the farm, battle it out, and leave with a big cocaine stash, property of druglord Horace Burke (Paul Sorvino). Soon the trio is pursued by both criminals and cops. Skogland made TV commercials and music videos before her first feature. Her Men With Guns is not to be confused with John Sayles' Men With Guns, released the same month. Shown at the 1998 Rotterdam Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi

In Too Deep
In this crime thriller, L.L. Cool J is a underworld boss so powerful that his nickname is "God." He has his fingers in 80% of the drug traffic in Cincinnati, has won over nearly every adversary through bribery or intimidation, and seems practically untouchable. New police detective Jeffrey Cole (Omar Epps), convinced that he's the man who can bring down "God" and his empire, assumes a criminal identity that allows him to infiltrate "God"'s organization. However, the longer Cole remains inside the underworld, the more he finds himself caught up in it, and getting out of "God"'s empire becomes more difficult than getting in. The supporting cast includes Stanley Tucci as Cole's superior, Nia Long as Cole's girlfriend , and Pam Grier as an undercover detective, as well as hip-hop artists Nas and Mya. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Logan's War: Bound by Honor
Logan Fallon was ten years old the night gangsters burst into his home and brutally murdered his district-attorney father and the rest of his family. Somehow, the boy had a premonition before it happened and saved himself. This actioner follows the adult Logan on his quest to honor his promise to avenge his slain family. His uncle, an ex-Army ranger, assists him. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Storm Tracker
When a top-secret governmental experiment to harness the power of hurricanes goes awry, the city of Los Angeles is threatened with a windstorm of apocalyptic dimensions. Renegade Air Force officer Gen. James Roberts (Martin Sheen) finds himself working in concert with meteorologist and "storm tracker" Dr. Ron Young (Luke Perry) to prevent the oncoming disaster. Unfortunately, certain functionaries in the CIA have other ideas -- and those ideas do not necessarily include the salvation of L.A. Telecast as Storm and later syndicated as Storm Tracker, this Fox Family Channel cable-TV movie originally aired on September 11, 1999. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Airline Disaster
When Domestic terrorists hijack a state-of-the-art airliner piloted by the President's brother, the Commander in Chief (Meredith Baxter) must weight her instinct to rescue her family against her responsibility to ensure the safety of the citizens on the ground. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Once a Thief
This two-hour pilot for the Canadian TV series is inspired by John Woo's 1991 Hong Kong film of the same title, but the story has been altered extensively. Mac (Ivan Sergei) and Li Ann (Sandrine Holt) are the foster children of a powerful crime boss. With their foster father's biological son Michael (Michael Wong), the three make up a trio of high-tech burglars. When Li Ann is forced to become engaged to Michael, she tries to escape with Mac, whom she really loves. On their way, they pull a failed heist on one of their adoptive father's warehouses. Mac goes to prison believing Li Ann is dead. Years later, he is released from prison by a covert law enforcement agency based in Vancouver and is pressed into using his skills for good. He discovers that Li Ann is a part of this agency, but so is her new fiancé Victor (Nicholas Lea). When they're assigned to stop a Hong Kong crime family that's taking over Vancouver, they realize they're going to meet with Michael once again. The fact that this thriller is actually a television program and not a feature is evident in its slightly lower production values; however, Woo proved with the original Once a Thief that he could make a thriller without much violence, and the 1996 edition still has the ability to entertain. ~ Jonathan E. Laxamana, Rovi

Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Lightning
When a serial killer starts to prey on female coed runners, the 87th precinct detectives put their own problems on hold on order to catch the maniac. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Overall Customer Rating

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